The Durant Weekly News (Durant, Okla.), Vol. 25, No. 35, Ed. 1, Friday, September 1, 1922 Page: 3 of 8

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i lKNT LOAN ITNI)
UKS OUCANIZATION
i imhI It To Finance Wor-
- ndcnls 'I'll rmi cli School
r I; has -cell the com
.nranization of tlic Uo-
I nail l'linil of Durant
rated with a capital
hi canned for profit
- t'i loan money nt nom-
I I worthy younir men
.1 complete their higher
I being otherwise finan-
to do so.
v h conceived and put in
l the Uotary Club of
ii organization is greatly
i jming men and women
generally. The capital
men into siiaioM ol ten
i. which so far has been
"' o entirely by members of
v i y Club the subscriptions
'" T iii one to ten shares and
. iy every member of the club
.. "I in the fund.
7 1. 'ary club selected the follow-
i . ' gentlemen to net as directors
(7 f ml S. A. Whale. 0. R. Sal-
n r trie Stcgor. Jas. R. McKinney
ard If '"' Holmes. The directors
3 or viiation for the work selected
-t.vmon as cnairman ox tne
(I J. R. McKinney. sccretary-
i r.
n.it the purpose of the club
' the fund directors to make
. .unpaign for funds but it is
ii to allow anyone interested to
interested in the movement.
desiring to subscribe to stock
f .!! may do so in any sum
-10U on up their s.ubscrip-
1 mr payable at their option
iv in payments of $10 each
il fully paid or in payments
i mill tv.o months until fully
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RKi't iii.it'ANs a'itknukd the
STATU CONVENTION
VU IN .STOKE HEADS l'AY VISIT
TO DlltANT
THRER
The follow ins wore delegates from
IJryan County to tiff State llenubli-
can convention he'd at Oklahoma City
.Monday Augu-t 1.
J. It. Duncan .1. C. WaMcn R.
Stone Dr. .1. 11. Harrington. A. X.
Trimble. Chas C. I'niker. .las Jen-
nings Robeii. Crockett II. R. Wil-
liamson Win. Orin-ladc A. C. 'h't-
ntit. Walter Veaeh. U. .M. Alliin M.
C. Mhoon. J. T. Robert;- E. E. Sev-
erance. W. J. Trilby Paul Nichols.
W. T. Dees C. II. Kiting S. W. May-
tubby. Si I.at Lutes Fu.1 Ryaii.
Mrs. II. I). I'lerson Hill lllack. E.
O. Hutler W. G. Cotner Frank Wal-
den. Frank Dyer. I.ige l'aik T. L.
Baldwin.
S. II. IViMn. head of the bit- Per-
kins lSros. Co.. his two son-- Wallace
and Williaul and hi retail stores man-
ager W. A. P.a'lnrd were here Thurs-
day in conference with local Manager
'riff Astin. They came by automo-
bile from Pari" and are making an
Impection trip of all the company':)
stores. The elder Mr. Perkins express-id
him-elf a very well pleaded
with the business outlook for this fall
in this locality.
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l'U DAY IIMDAV NIGHT
IH'AMMi'liiV SCH'iOl - '10
OPEN ON SEPTEMIir.i: lib
HAN Pl.At El) ON STAKING
COWS IN HIE CITY PARK
Retvveen the doings of the Kunmen
and the McCormicks Chicago is get-
ting a lot of free publicity these
days.
. ii. i- has shown that a great
i g men and women who do
' I themselves for jirofe sional
.tu-ulnrly that of teaching.
t i (jet through the second nnd
i '.iid year and then are forc-
thiir time and fail of com-
fr the lack of from fifty to
r . - i l-c.I dollars. Many ot thei-c
; -1 and women find places
v ! may earn their board and
1jm"- and do their utmost to get
a i 'ut lack only the necessary
momv fur books and other expenses.
It ii to aid thh class of students
thi-f who are making honest efforts
to he'p themselves and whose char-
actir i good that the fund is de-
sijnwl to aid.
The care to be used in making loans
Tull insure very slight losses. The
inters t charged will more than reim-
burse the fund for any losses. There
vtill nut be one cent of operation cost
ai the Rotary Club defrays any such
xpen-e out of its own funds and the
furnl should be increased from year to
jear and within a year or two be
worth in actual 100 per cent good as-
ret i .n-idcrably more than its face
Talae.
GRANDMA LONG DIES AT
HOKCHITO OX LAST FRIDAY
Mr. 1. F. Lone a pioneer citizen
t! IM.iluto died Friday before last
a' 'lie homo of her daughter .Mrs.
he Murton after a brief illness
ar.d v. as laid to rest in Bokchito
ccmcirv Saturday evening. Funeral
srviie wore conducted by Rev. Fot-
torff Deceased was the mother of
oir ft 'low citizen Frank Long.
S-'hn was a daughter of Mr. and
Mr. Cyrus Halbert. and was bom in
Can.. i county Miss. October 30
H1' She was married in 1804 to
J P Long and to this union eleven
ch.iii 4-t were born seven boys nnd
four p tls all of whom nre living nnd
ro i as follows: Willie Joe and
E'n Long. Mrs. Noland Mrs. J. B.
Gran-nam Mrs. A. V. Clifton and
Mr. l.oo Morton Bokchito; Frank
"'I-' Inirant; Lloyd Long Ardmorc;
- T...ncr Lindsey nnd Evans Long.
Ft t hb.
I i.lnin Tyinr ntvirt frniYI TeVaS
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'" 1'iT huband to the old Indian
-"-i ny in the fall of 180S. In
-' ' f the following year she lost
'"' r band who died as a reult of
P ire and was buried in the old
A" my cemetery. Since that time
1. 1- made her home with the
' n who continued to make their
i o in this section of the new
f their choice.
!ma Long was converted and
1 the Methodist church when
'ing. and she nnd her husband
no Christian name from the
f their youth both living
ir profession until the day of
ath.
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MOVED TO ABEI.INE
Iltn-on. citizen of Durant for
lian twenty years nnd well
all nvor Vi1b snntlnn. has lo-
ca-(-.i at Abeline Texas where he
11 arge of the affairs in that scc-
Jon of the Realty Trust Company.
Tom dies not Ray that he has moved
Wnniiniintly but that he Is rather tak-
toe vacation In Texaa for u year or
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SHOE DEPT. MAXAfiEU
W. B. Godwin has ncrcplcd a posi-
tion a- manaj'er if the shoe depart-
ment nt Whitakers. Mr. Godwin is
well known to the i-hoo buying pub-
lic as he held this same position up
till n few month ago when he le-
"igncd to take ehatge of the Bel-
li ive Confectionery which was re-
cently destroyed by fire.
' i' va pay day fur Ci. !' . one
of ''ie local national giiaul lompa-
"' The pay cheik for the mcinl'cis
of ''i iiimn.'inv p:iiiii in Tlni-ilnv
f' the adjutant general's oft'iie
! i von. dhtilbuteil at drill Fiiilay
n-rh.
The total amount received by the
ci p nany is .-52.1C.0.3:? and ' the
aeiitint- received by the individual
nun vaiy from Sn.tll) to .$7'i.0(). This
i pay for armory drills dm Ing the
fnt half of this year the com-
pay already having been paid for its
em impmctit ilrills.
The pnbll; ihoili at llennlngtoii Acconling to the movt recent edict;
aie to npeii for the ears vvtnk "'ii of .Mayor 1 m-t. the pound man has
iu-V Mtinday Septeiuher Ith. The been mfonmd that hereafter ho thall
faculty for tl.o year is to be a- f .1- tale up and impound all cows and
"w: other live.stin.1; fouiul staked out in tho
R. A. f'he-imil. S-ipt.: Den Ogdeti -'Ry paik.
High Schivil Piii'iipal; Mr. Maininle Nmueious people are reported to
Lee. Ilieli School; Finl Slink Seventh
and eiu'hth Gimlej; Mis Lola Clie-t-nut.
v(H grade; .Miv Claralicl Evans.
Fifth jrtmle; Miss .Inlinle lm Cliik.
foui tli giaile; Misi Evelyn Winfiey.
thinl guide; Mi- ld-i Clink-cale. l!nil
grade; Misi Unth Rambn. fict grade.
have been taking advantage of tho
splcnd.d fia-s in the paik to stoko
out tlieir milch couv on the property.
This iia i v oiked a gieat hardship up-
on piniic pal ties and others who hnro
had oivn-ion In use the pari; lor
plea-tiro purpose- hence the plncinj;
of the ban upon the practice.
i"'in to th bottom of things the
f . ' m. The di-i'ourageil and di ati--f.
il American Fanner is likely to
pi dure some hungry cities.
Il takes about two to three bundled'
yean o'time. to eliminate the fel-'This is the dope
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I ii'i wiai riMiiewinei a inv o conmro- .Miiiui
on Chaunccy M-
.s'uiial evil is like the ole fa-hioned
pn.e evil sort of a cross between
a lunnin' sore an' certain death.
niisin' stuff about the guy that leally Who went out to drive in his
became great. I Brand new sedan;
Speed was his curse he came homt
Someone complains that a baby
co-ts almost a much as an auto. Well
the baby la-t longer anyway.
in a hearse
A doad-to-rights ca: of n joyriding
fan.
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SUCPPRIrVGS
of Tfteufiatttfcdc
SCOV.eRCE
The combined stocks of the reat chain of PERKINS STORES throughout
TEXAS and OKLAHOMA and the recent FALL PURCHASES made by the buy-
ers of this organization added together represents an investment of over $1-
000000. Over one mil lion dollars worth of merchandise bought for TEXAS and
OKLAHOMA people by buyers who as members of the PERKINS organization
have through their long years of experience become thoroughly off icicnt-in the
selection of that kind of merchandise TEXAS and OKLAHOMA people need
and want. This fact coupled with the tremendous BUYING POWER of the
great PERKINS organization arc the supreme factors that govern the SER-
VICE RENDERING ability of this great organization wh ich stands out pre-
eminently in the world of retail business and supplies the DRY GOODS needs
of over 100000 families to a degree of satisfaction that has made the name
"PERKINS" synonomous of QUALITY of SERVICE and of VALUE.
With the anticipation of tho return of old time business this Fall each and ovary PERKINS STORE has
made readv to assume the responsibility of supplying your needs in DKY GOODS CLOTH INCl SHOES
READY-TO-WEAR and kindred lines in a manner that deserves the .serious consideration of every econo-
mically inclined individual in this section. This great store is ready NOW to show to you buying advan-
tages that are real in the form of the most DEPENDABLE merchandise possible! to gather from the great
markets of the world. Merchandise that conforms to the needs of TEXAS and OKLAHOMA people.
A STORE THAT KNOWS YOUR DRY GOODS NEEDS
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